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Almaguin Harvest Spin Series 2020

When:
September 12, 2020 all day
2020-09-12T00:00:00-04:00
2020-09-13T00:00:00-04:00
Where:
Almaguin Highlands
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Ciara Stead
(705)783-8862

Grab Your Bike & Tour Almaguin!

This Fall, experience the Almaguinʼs Fall Colours like never before. Take part in our FREE self-guided cycling tours. There are routes to suit every rider with tours from 20 km – 100 km. Spanning the whole region, including from Burks Falls, Magnetawan, Sundridge, Powassan and more! Get ready to ride!

You can find the dates and route information for each of the rides on our website, listed below when you register for any of the tours you have a chance to win a FREE lunch credit
up to $100 for yourself and your team.

Share your photos of you or your team out on one of the self-guided tours by emailing marketing@investalmaguin.ca for a chance to win FREE passes to next yearʼs Almaguin Harvest Spin event (maximum of 5 free passes will be awarded).

To learn more and register visit our website:
www.investalmaguin.ca/harvestspinseries

Almaguin Harvest Spin Series 2020

What to expect for Almaguin Harvest Spin 2021

The AHS will feature four villages within the Almaguin region, multiple established & promoted bike routes, and over 15 businesses.
The event day component consists of four cycling route distances targeted to engage all levels of cyclists including beginners, enthusiasts, and experts. The 10KM and 25KM rides will be targeted towards beginners, youth, families, and other riders; the 60KM and 100KM distances will cater to enthusiasts and experts while guiding riders through four villages and seven municipalities. The ride will be fully supported by vehicles, rest areas, and directional signage. In addition, the cycle portion will feature Almaguin’s designated cycling routes, its infrastructure investments, and the extraordinary fall colours.
The routes for the AHS have been chosen in partnership with AIM to ensure a safe and enjoyable ride which includes sections with paved shoulders, low traffic municipal roads, and good visibility. In addition to the optimal riding routes, the event team will work with local agricultural business operators to sponsor ride rest stops at key locations and promote healthy, high energy snack options (locally produced where possible). We will also be working with local farms and restaurants to create a culinary experience after your ride. Vehicle support, including maintenance equipment, first aid supplies, and available space for rider pick-up. The AIM team also maintains a strong relationship with Parry Sound Bikes, who is being approached to offer pre-ride bike inspections (which has been a big hit in previous local youth events). We can’t wait for you to join us at next year’s event!

Photos courtesy of Explorers Edge

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